Import data to the tour

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snowlexx
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Wed Jul 22, 2020 8:09 pm

Hello everyone! ;-)
Here are two virtual tours of the same object, collected in Panotour and in Pano2VR:
https://getland.ru/p/temp/svetliyprigorod202007az.html
https://getland.ru/p/temp/svetliyprigorod202007/
It seems to me that the tour on the second link does not work so fast - if you switch to the lower panoramas, you will notice the friezes.
But that's not really what I'm talking about. ;-)
There are two questions.
1. Are you planning to create a similar interface for polygons as with regular hotspots? In other words, can I also select the skin ID configured in the Skin Editor for the polygon? And yes, I saw a webinar on polygons and I know that I can set up activity on a polygon via ID, but doing this for 600 sites is somewhat problematic.
2. I would like to immediately show the user the status of the site: sold, in reserve, or available. Now the user can only find out by clicking on the site number. I understand that I can initially set the appearance of section labels depending on the status, but the problem is that this status is constantly changing and updating the tour every time is not the best solution. Is there any way to upload data to the tour so that the appearance of the placemark or polygon changes depending on the status of the section?
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Hopki
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Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:59 pm

Hi,
With using the Hotspot Proxy ID you only need to have one popup, this can use the Proxy ID *.
This is the wild card.
From what I'm seeing at the moment is you are using point hotspots, I take it, it is just one hotspot template in the skin?
The information being fetched, what is it, is it an image?
I am seeing errors fetching this data.
I think to help I would need to understand how the data is fetched and how you would like the project to look.
Again I will assume you do not want to use point hotspots.
It may be an idea to send the complete project into support with details of how it should look.
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Hopki
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snowlexx
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Thu Jul 23, 2020 12:56 am

Hopki wrote:
Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:59 pm
Hi,
Good evening, Martin. And thank you for your prompt response.
With using the Hotspot Proxy ID you only need to have one popup, this can use the Proxy ID *.
This is the wild card.
Cool, I thought that each polygon should be individually linked. It makes all the difference.
From what I'm seeing at the moment is you are using point hotspots, I take it, it is just one hotspot template in the skin?
Absolutely correct
The information being fetched, what is it, is it an image?
No. Information about prices and availability of land plots is maintained in Google Sheets. This data is updated daily. Data is output from this table as html:
https://script.google.com/macros/s/AKfy ... umber=3628
And by clicking on the land plot label, this data is output to the virtual tour. The Title of each hotspot is the number of the land plot. As a result, the link looks like this: script.google.com/macros/s/AKfycbw08lsEr2u8ud4XQxoWHQmCcJ3qgtA9r_f8dwjvz-xzvp_Uyg/exec?number=$(hs)
I am seeing errors fetching this data.
Yes, the table is still incomplete. Information is displayed correctly only for the first stage
I think to help I would need to understand how the data is fetched and how you would like the project to look.
Again I will assume you do not want to use point hotspots.
It may be an idea to send the complete project into support with details of how it should look.
Oh, it's very simple to explain. Land plots can have different status: available, reserved, or sold. Currently, this status can only be seen if you click on the land plot. This is inconvenient. I want the user to immediately see the status of each land plot. It can be a different color of a point or polygon - it doesn't matter. Of course, I can set statuses manually, but the status of land plots changes constantly, so I will have to update the tour manually on a regular basis. The question arises, is there any way to update the information about the status of land plots and automatically change the color of points/polygons based on some external database?
zien360
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Tue Aug 18, 2020 1:47 pm

snowlexx wrote:
Thu Jul 23, 2020 12:56 am
The question arises, is there any way to update the information about the status of land plots and automatically change the color of points/polygons based on some external database?
I would love to know this as well!
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Hopki
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Mon Aug 24, 2020 6:10 pm

Hi,
Would it help if a text box shows when you enter the poly hotspot that says available, reserved, or sold?
Why I ask is you are able to have an external .txt document that displays in the panorama using a text box.
So you would have one for each plot, as you mouse over the plot you see the text box.
You can then edit the text in the external .txt file to whatever its status will be.
The text box location can be anywhere, as an example I placed it on my server, then the text project on my desktop displayed the content.
Would this do the job for you?
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